Put professional development on that summer to-do list
Vacation might be on some people’s minds this spring, but most producers are glued to the day-to-day office and field work of growing a new crop.
Still, there are exceptions to every rule. By taking even a day or two away from your operation for business education, you can hone your plans for the crop year and position your farm to stay ahead of the competition.
Beginning this June with Tomorrow’s Top Producer in Nashville, the Farm Journal Media family will help you become a better leader and manager, a more efficient producer and a savvier commodity marketer. We invite you to join us for these events. To register, visit agweb.com/events.
Tomorrow’s Top Producer
June 16-17, Nashville
Drover’s Cowboy College
June 20-21, Des Moines, Iowa
Farm Journal Colleges
July 18-21, Heyworth, Ill.
Farm Journal Soybean College
August 9, Albert Lea, Minn.
Farm Journal Corn College
August 10-11, Albert Lea, Minn.
Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour
Drover’s Feedlot Cowboy College
September 7-8, Dodge City, Kan
Younger producers and their families are invited to attend the first-ever two-day Tomorrow’s Top Producer conference from June 16-17 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville. Set near the heart of the Music City, educational sessions will address best financial practices, growth strategies, landlord relations, leadership secrets, commodity marketing tips, diversification opportunities and much more. The event includes numerous networking checkpoints. For details and to register, visit www.TomorrowsTopProducer.com.